Review: Commitment

August 3, 2018

She's my sister's best friend.
She thinks I've never noticed her.
She couldn't be more wrong.

Now I just need to prove it to her...before she walks down the aisle. 


Brooklyn Tanner and Andrew Brinks have a long she wants nothing more than to forget. Considering he's her best friend's brother and single father to two amazing girls who mean the world to her, it's almost impossible.


When the man she's been dating proposes, she thinks it's exactly what she needs to finally close this chapter of her life. After all, over sixteen years have passed since she gave Andrew Brinks her heart, only for him to destroy it. Why should that matter now?


But it matters to Drew.


When he learns of her engagement, he realizes he has a decision to make. Does he finally tell Brooklyn the truth of what happened all those years ago? Or does he watch her marry another man to protect her from enduring any more pain?


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**** 4 Star Review ****


After reading Promise, I had no clue what I was in store for. I knew this was going to be a second chance romance, but I had no predictions on how everything would play out.


I really enjoyed this book. I read it in half a day (maybe less). These characters and their story is everything. I knew I was going to be in for a treat right from the start.


I love Brooklyn and Drew. Their push and pull in this book will make your heart ache. Two people who love each other with all of their hearts, but their push and pull is everything. It makes for what I hope to be a happily ever after that much better. (I need the next book pronto so I can get the rest of this book.)


I want to say that I feel sorry Wes. Almost. I didn't get much from him, but maybe that's the point? He is present but absent at the same time, so it's hard for me to feel much for him. I don't believe that his love for Brooklyn is an all consuming love like Drew's is. Although, I am kind of hoping he at least fights for her in the next book.


My heart physically hurt at times for Brooklyn and Drew. Between their denial and their back and forth, the angst was almost too much at times. I thought I was going to combust.


If you haven't picked this one up, I highly suggest that you do. Leigh never seems to disappoint with her books. I have yet to be let down.


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